ROLL CALL: Becks Has No Plans For Movie Stardom
Your Daily Dispatch of Celebrity Shenanigans
David Beckham - No Films For Me: He might have had a movie named after him (“Bend It Like Beckham”) and he might be pals with Tom Cruise, but don’t expect to see David Beckham on the big screen. “What film career? I haven’t got one,” Beckham told British GQ in their December issue when asked about if he wanted to transition into making films. “Never say never, except about that! And that’s the way it’s going to stay.” Well, that is until David sees the script for “Bend It Like Beckham 2,” we’re assuming.
Michael Lohan Apologizes: Lindsay Lohan’s dad, Michael, appears to be feeling some remorse about his recent slamming of LiLo’s gal pal, Samantha Ronson, where he called her a “dark, hideous, and a disgusting representation of humanity.” “I definitely regret all the things I said about Samantha,” he said at a book party on October 21, New York Magazine reported “I’m a Christian. I should not pass judgment on anyone.” Somehow we doubt this is the last we’re going to hear from Michael on the matter.
Ciara’s Encouraging Words For Madge: Madonna may be in the eye of a public storm as she and husband Guy Ritchie attempt to settle their divorce. Yet fellow pop star Ciara thinks Madonna will weather it just fine. “She’s a megastar, and that goes with the territory,” Ciara told OK! Magazine at Billboard’s third annual Women in Music Awards ceremony. “She’s definitely put her foot down as a woman over the years and she’s proven to be one of the best to me. She’ll make it through — she’s been doing this for a long time.” Ciara’s third album is due out … ????? (very soon!)
Lauren Caught Kissing Kyle: “Hills” star Lauren Conrad has previously denied any relationship with actor Kyle Howard, but People spotted the duo over the weekend at Hollywood hot spot Teddy’s at the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel, holding hands and kissing. No word on what LC’s many other suitors on the semi-scripted reality show have to say about her new man – or, should we say, no word on if their lines have been written for them yet.
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